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Water Use Efficiency Coordinator
14000 City Center Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709

Ph: (909) 364-2804
Hotline: (909) 364-2850
Fax: (909) 364-2895
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Hours
7:30 am - 5:30 pm Monday - Thursday
7:30 am - 4:30 pm Friday  
Water Conservation
The City’s Water Conservation Program team works with residents, business owners, school officials, teachers, and the public at-large to educate them about the need to conserve our nation’s most precious natural resource – Water.

We provide materials and programs that teach conservation to people of any age, and can offer tips on ways to conserve water.  With our State mandating a 20% reduction in water use by 2020, there has never been a more critical need for everyone to join in the effort to conserve water. In fact, there are various rebates available to help in reducing water use.  Residents are encouraged to report suspicious running water incidents.  Report A Violation 

Annual Design-A-Sign Poster Contest
Every Spring, the City has a Water Conservation Design-A-Sign Poster Contest.  Students that live in or attend a school in the City, are encouraged to use their art skills to create a poster which depicts a selected Water Conservation theme.  Winning posters are made into street signs and placed throughout the City.

Landscape Evaluation and Audit Program
This program will assist you if you are watering commercial, industrial, institutional, a homeowner's association or a large multi-family residential landscape. The Chino Basin Water Conservation District offers free landscape water audits.

Water Conservation Ordinance
The City of Chino Hills is currently under a Stage II Moderate Conservation Alert.  A Water Conservation Urgency Ordinance was adopted on July 12, 2016 and a Stage II High Water Conservation Alert was declared in Chino Hills on the same day. New water use regulations are now in effect! Find Out More

Wise Water Use
Outside water use accounts for up to 70% of residential water use. Information on water wise plant selection is available through Metropolitan Water District and Inland Empire Utilities Agency. In addition, there are a number of indoor, outdoor, and pool and spa water saving tips for residents to learn about!